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A 16mm promo reel for Wichita, Kansas from 1974 showing local business, city locations, and activities. The film has footage of the Wichita airport, clean air and water, footage of control tower, footage of the aircraft companies, Mr. Hayes makes a phone call to New York City, Coleman company footage, lots of people staring out at nothing, the NEW Holiday Inn plaza, Century II, the symphony plays to confused children, Swiss Colony Inn, Cowtown, Lawrence Stadium, a local band jams out, fine...
Topics: Wichita, Kansas, Promo, Promotional films, Local Business, Cowtown, Boeing Aircraft, 16mm film,...
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This is The Basement Sublet of Horror's 10th Anniversary Special with the feature film "The Human Duplicators" which stars actor Richard Keil and hosted by Gunther Dedmund. Gunther has hosted the show for the past ten years along with numerous co-hosts and guests, along with many odd adventures and conventions along the way. This special includes an interview with the show's producer by guest host Richard Wayne, Gunther's top-ten favorite episodes, and more. The episode's running time...
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Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Demolition Kitchen...
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William S. Burroughs live reading before a screening of "Burroughs" the movie, held at The Wichita Art Association in 1987. This is a dub of a sound board recording, said by Burroughs insiders to be "one of his best live readings".
Topics: William S. Burroughs, The Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Beat Poets, Naked Lunch, Doctor...
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This 1950s Centron films production shows the middle school student how to conduct and keep a safe environment in shop class.
Topics: Centron, 16mm, Shop Class, Safety, Educational films
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by Demolition Kitchen Video, produced by Joel Sanderson
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This is one of Gunther’s favorite episodes, it’s his expanded two hour look at director Herk Harvey’s “Carnival of Souls” with lots of one of a kind bits of information about the film. The episode was even shot in the house where the original movie was made, with Gunther hosting from the various rooms and even recreating classic shots from film. Gunther is joined by several guest hosts including Aunt Bertha and Lester the Ghost both performed by Richard Davis. Then a special...
Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Lawrence, Kansas
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A series of horror movie trailer television ads from the 1970s and 1980s. The opening segment is black video with a dub of a brief recording of a drive-in intermission, then a scratch animated title. This segment originally appeared as a film set shown at The Escape' Drive-in, during a 1989 screening.
Topics: Horror movies, Horror movie trailers, Commercials, Vintage commercials, Television, old films,...
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In 1973, The Center for Science Fiction brought the well-known sci-fi author Harlan Ellison to the campus for a series of talks and also to film him for one of the chapters in James Gunn's Science Fiction in Literature Series called "New Directions in Science Fiction". This is the evening lecture that he gave on the same day as his morning lecture in Bailey Hall. This talk was held on the campus in Woodruff Auditorium in the Campus Union on November 01, 1973. Note: Ellison begins a...
Topics: James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing, Television, Lawrence,...
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This is a local Lawrence, Kansas television program from 1981 hosted by Randy Mason and produced by Sunflower Cable. The basis for the show was a series of live recordings from the Lawrence Opera House. This episode features the classic new wave band XTC in a half hour long live set including interviews with KJHK staff.
Topics: Lawrence, Kansas, Sunflower cable, Demolition Kitchen video, XTC, Andy Partridge, Lawrence Opera...
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Series of vintage commercials for a toy that was recalled shortly after it's release, Klackers. The last version of the commercial notes safety improvements. Demolition Kitchen Video collection of 16mm films from Randall Parker, Wichita, KS.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Randall Parker, Randy Parker, Bob Walterschied Productions, Local...
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"Green Hell From The Void" is an unreleased television pilot written and directed by Tom Leahy Jr. who was a local legend in Wichita, Kansas television. He hosted several popular programs including a daytime cartoon show called "Major Astro" and a late night horror host show called "Nightmare: The Host and Rodney". In the mid-1960s he began branching out his production skills by writing, directing and acting in the feature film "The Beast From The Beginning Of...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Tom Leahy Jr., Tom Leahy, Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita,...
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In 1973, The Center for Science Fiction brought the well-known sci-fi author Harlan Ellison to the campus for a series of talks and also to film him for one of the chapters in James Gunn's Science Fiction in Literature Series called "New Directions in Science Fiction". This event held during the day (look for the evening & morning lectures, also posted on The Internet Archive) where Ellison gave an excellent talk about his life and history. This talk was held on the campus on...
Topics: James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing, Television, Lawrence,...
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In 1970 University of Kansas professor James Gunn interviewed a series of science fiction authors for his Centron film series "Science Fiction in Literature". This the complete unedited work print audio track from an unreleased film in that series featuring an interview with Rod Serling, which wasn't finished due to problems with obtaining rights to show footage from Serling's work in television. There's a lot of interesting information on writing for television in the dialogue with...
Topics: Rod Serling, James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing,...
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Kurt Vonnegut lecture entitled "How to Get a Job Like Mine" recorded live at Wichita State University on October 26, 1984 at 8:00 p.m. in The Miller Concert Hall on campus. Vonnegut spoke to a sell-out crowd that not only filled the auditorium, but the stage surrounding him, and then also filling an overflow viewing room where attendees watched the lecture on a closed circuit television feed. This is a second generation dub from the Wichita Public Radio station KMUW broadcast...
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Topics: Kurt Vonnegut, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita State University, lectures, Wichita, Kansas,...
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In 1973, The Center for Science Fiction brought the well-known sci-fi author Harlan Ellison to the campus for a series of talks and also to film him for one of the chapters in James Gunn's Science Fiction in Literature Series called "New Directions in Science Fiction". This is the morning lecture that he gave as a promo for a later evening lecture held on the same day. This talk was held on the campus in Bailey Hall on November 01, 1973. In 1991, The University of Kansas scheduled a...
Topics: James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing, Television, Lawrence,...
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Reel #36 is called “The Adventures of Mark O’Gulliver” is a compilation of 16mm film clips cut together around the title as the theme. Features an edited down version of the exciting accounting classroom film about Mark O’Gulliver, along with other films about government, some original Soundies, and a cartoon. Originally created for The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest which was held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas between 1996 and 2003.
Topics: MT Pockets Budget Film Fest, Joel Sanderson, Parody, Humor, Found Film, Stage show, Wichita,...
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This is an 8mm film Student made comedy made by Charles H. Sanderson’s Wichita High School South art class in 1966 called “Smelly Tennies and Road Graders”. The film features students of South High School performing silent movie skits in the style of the then popular television program “Laugh-In”. It features the instructor, Charles Sanderson, art teacher Don Weddle, and soon to be famous actor Don Johnson appearing in his first movie role (in the boxing segment at the end of this...
Topics: Wichita High School South, South High Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, Charles Sanderson, Don Weddle, Don...
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The Mumbles - Paint It Black, recorded live in 1988 at the KMUW Aftermidnight BASH. Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Ken Haug, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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A Wichita based solo experimental keyboardist, Phantom released several music recordings on cassette in the late 1980s. Produced by Dennis Janzen, former head of the Wichita Star Trek Fan club, he passed away on April 30, 1999.
Topics: Dennis Janzen, Phantom, Keyboards, Experimental music, Wichita, Kansas, Star Trek, Demolition...
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For a time this was thought to be the only remaining footage from the Wichita late night television horror host program "Nightmare: The Host and Rodney". This film is from the collection of Jeff Kilian and it was used in his student film documentary on Tom Leahy and the show, made in 1986. Nightmare was one of the first horror host programs to hit the airwaves in the late 1950s, based on the Universal Shock Package of horror movies and programming suggestions. Tom Leahy Jr. who not...
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Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita, television, horror host, horror, Tom Leahy, Tom Leahy Jr,...
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The Mumbles - Live at the 3D Klubb, 02/22/86 Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Ken Haug, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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This is a road picture that was designed to be used during field presentations to Phillips 66 dealers, gas station attendants, and employees. This type of picture was shown as part of a touring show that went across the country to bring the latest in sales messages to the employees of Phillips 66. These films apparently had pretty good budgets for Centron productions, making it possible for them to bring in Hollywood stars into their studios in Lawrence, Kansas. This film is hosted by Rowan and...
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Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Rowan and Martin, Anita Bryant, Carnival of Souls, Lawrence, Kansas,...
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This is an art instructional film from 1967, that was meant to teach young children how to be creative.
Topics: 16mm, Art Instructional, Art, Crafts, Educational films
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In 1970 University of Kansas professor James Gunn interviewed a series of science fiction authors for his Centron film series "Science Fiction in Literature". This footage from an unreleased film in that series featuring an interview with Rod Serling, which wasn't finished due to problems with obtaining rights to show footage from Serling's work in television. This reconstruction is based on the original workprint footage that was saved on two separate analog sources since the audio...
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Topics: Rod Serling, James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing,...
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In a special presentation we bring you another episode hosted by Wichita movie host and critic James P. Erickson, better know as the late night movie host Ol’ Flick. Jim made the trip from Wichita to Lawrence just to host a few episodes of our show which was an incredible experience. Tonight Ol’ Flick returns to bring you “Dr. Blood’s Coffin”. The Show The Basement Sublet of Horror is the creation of the show's producer Joel Sanderson who's been working with old films his whole life....
Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Lawrence, Kansas
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The post-punk band from New York City named Phantom Tollbooth performing live at the Gee Whiz club in Wichita, Kansas in 1986, good quality audience recording at Art Greig. The band features Dave Rick (guitar/vocals), Gerard Smith (bass) and Jon Coats (drums). A second audio recording is included where Art Greig brought the band members by KMUW Aftermidnight’s radio show, rather than an interview the deejay let the band program the show. It features the band playing interesting albums, with...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Punk, Hardcore, Kansas, Phantom Tollbooth
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Eugene Chadbourne recorded live at The Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas, July 4th 1989. This is a soundboard recording of Eugene's Fourth of July set.
Topics: Eugene Chadbourne, The Bottleneck, Lawrence, Kansas, Demolition Kitchen Video
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The second BSOH horror host special where we ran around a 2011 horror convention interviewing as many of the hosts in attendance as possible.
Topics: he Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Lawrence, Kansas
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R.P. Bird’s radio show from 1987 originally aired on KMUW public radio’s Aftermidnight show “Sister Midnight” in Wichita, Kansas. “Radio Cyberpunk: The Men Who Reinvented Science Fiction” features interviews with William Gibson, John Shirley, and Bruce Sterling.
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This is an 8mm film shot by artist Roger Shimomura during his graduates studies in 1968 - 1969.
Topics: Roger Shimomura, Japanese American, Internment Camps, WWII, Performance Art, Lawrence, Seattle,...
Community Audio
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Cat Livingston, a musician and visual artist who lived in the High Desert near Joshua Tree National Park with her artist husband, Rik Livingston, and two clever cats. This CD is a compilation of vintage recordings of Cat's bands, from the past selected and remastered by Demolition Kitchen. Including recordings of the bands Cathy worked with Maurice Sendak's Little Boy, The Sesquipedelians, The Festive Shapes, The Hungry Ghosts and The Crafty Gate. This disc is one of three tribute releases that...
Topics: Cathy Livingston, Maurice Sendak's Little Boy, The Sesquipedelians, The Festive Shapes, The Hungery...
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This is a black and white 16mm film Roger shot while in Graduate school at Syracuse University in 1968 - 1969. He gave a lecture based on this film claiming that it was an undiscovered Andy Warhol film to parody Warhol’s work. Artist parody would later become one of the staples of Roger’s painting and performance in later years.
Topics: Roger Shimomura, Japanese American, Internment Camps, WWII, Performance Art, Lawrence, Seattle,...
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The grade school instructional film "Art And You",  16mm film dub.
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This is footage shot by Centron for a project that might not have been finished, odd footage of astronauts shot made on a shoe string budget.
Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Lawrence, Kansas, Sales Meeting, Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is a road picture that was designed to be used during field presentations to Phillips 66 dealers, gas station attendants, and employees. This type of picture was shown as part of a touring show that went across the country to bring the latest in sales messages to the employees of Phillips 66. These films apparently had pretty good budgets for Centron productions, making it possible for them to bring in Hollywood stars into their studios in Lawrence, Kansas. This film is hosted by Ed Ames,...
Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Lawrence, Kansas, Sales Meeting, Phillips 66, Demolition Kitchen Video,...
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Q: What do you get when you put a bunch of obnoxious sculpture students in a large stone room that has a great echo and give them a bunch of pieces of metal to bang on. A: Tool Man I'm not sure at this point in time how the band started, but I think it was Otto who started banging out rhythms on some large oil drums late one night in the University of Kansas sculpture production room. The main sculpture studio at KU was in a large old stone room and had a great reverberating sound, perfect for...
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Joel Sanderson, Lawrence, Kansas, cassette, compilation, Joel Sanderson,...
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The 4 music pieces were recorded between the years of 1979 and 1981. In these recordings, there were appearances from the symphonic bassist, Joe Pruessner, symphonic bassoonist, Robert Glassburner, Jazz Guitarist, Percussionist Mark Lloyd, Sterling Grey, vocalists, Stephanie Wells and Janella Butner. The first three pieces are titled “Visual Rhythms #1, #2 and #3” The fourth piece is titled “Biomorpheus” and was accompanied by a visual slide show of photographic light paintings. The...
Topics: Kaz Maslanka, Psycho-vectors, Psycho-vector, painting, experimental music, experimental painting,...
Zines
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( CONTENT ADVISORY : This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #10 features illustrations by John Eberly, Mike Tetrault, James Waltman, Chris Winkler, Paul Wright, nick, J.Ryan, Steve Willis, Billy Miller, Kerry Thornley, Pascal Uni, Bob “X”, C. Franke, Ace Backwords, John M. Bennett, Bob Black, Joel...
Topics: Cult Comix, comix, comic books, John E., John Eberly, The Mumbles, Wichita, Hutchinson, Kansas,...
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This is a special presentation of Tom Leahy Jrs. late night television program Nightmare, seen here in its 1970s incarnation. Monster Movie Kid (horror movie blog) suggested that The Basement Sublet of Horror (public access TV show) create a hybrid version of a demo reel that Leahy shot to promote the show, which featured a set of Nightmare host segments, combined with the Tom Leahy directed feature film “The Beast from the Beginning of Time”. We hope you enjoy a special unreleased episode...
Topics: Nightmare, Tom Leahy Jr, Tom Leahy, Host and Rodney, Wichita, Horror Host, The Basement Sublet of...
The Magazine Rack
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The ninth issue of Basement Sublet of Horror magazine, a supplement to the Lawrence, Kansas public access television program. This issue features information about films shot and made in Kansas, including rediscovered films that haven’t been seen in years. The main feature is on director Geoff Husson (Australia) and Randall Parker’s (Kansas) unreleased feature film “The Shortest Straw”, a listing of films shot in Kansas, and as an added bonus an interview with action star Cynthia...
Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Magazine, Fanzine, Parody, Horror Host, Demolition...
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Famed beat writer William S. Burroughs in a reading appearance at the University of Kansas in 1986.
Topics: William S. Burroughs, Burroughs, Beat poet, Poetry, Writing, Naked Lunch, Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is an 8mm film shot by Bill Goffrier of driving into St. Louis for a David Bowie concert, the footage includes excerpts of the Bowie show. Silent, no soundtrack.
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Topics: The Embarrassment, David Bowie, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron...
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A 16mm educational film from 1961 on mask making.
Topics: 16mm, Art instruction, Mask making, Masks, Educational films
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An art instructional film from 1966 on working with clay.
Topics: Centron, 16mm, Art instruction, Clay, Art, Educational films
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Centron Films presents “They” written and directed by Len Schneider from 1975. This film was originally from the final 16mm film collection owned by Herk Harvey.
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Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing safer aircraft. This film is a study of simulated crash of the small aircraft. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film, Plane crash
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KAKE-TV local television commercials from the 1960s, Walterschied Productions. Including: - Ott’s French Dressing  - Pizza Hut (1967) - Oldham Sausage - Taco Tico - Derby Gas Station - Sandy’s Drive-in - Sandy’s Drive-in, Big Scott - Bulger Cadillac - Tect-Her spray - Penn Autoglass - Penn Autoglass #2 - Service Autoglass - Pizza Hut, version #2 Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is a dub of several 16mm films from the 1940s that were label "Detective Training" and were marked Wichita, Kansas Police Department. The are missing sections, but cover aspects of police work as it existed at that time. There wasn't available information that came with the films, so it's uncertain if they were shot in Wichita.
Topics: Detective Training, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas
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The Wichita band New Wave Brothers performing at the Wichita nightclub The Cedar on December 26, 1981. Band members Jim Rosencutter - all instruments, vocals, Britt Rosencutter - all instruments, vocals, Alex Erickson - all instruments, vocals, and Court Thomas - all instruments, vocals Setlist: Greg and his “happy accordion” John N. reading poetry with Britt on guitar. New Wave Bros. - postwar peace New Wave Bros. - Doctor Incredible New Wave Bros. - 35 and Black New Wave Bros. - Angie New...
Topics: New Wave Brothers, The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols,...
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There isn't alot of remaining footage from the Wichita horror host program called "Nightmare: The Host and Rodney", this is a dub of one of the remaining 16mm kinescope reels. It was saved by one of the original cameramen from the show and has had the reel in a storage locker in Las Vegas all these years. The reel features mainly local Wichita commercials with The Host and Rodney than were shown during Nightmare. Nightmare was one of the first horror host programs to hit the airwaves...
Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita, television, horror host, horror, Tom Leahy, Tom Leahy Jr,...
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Kirby’s Halloween, 3-D Irish Band 1978 , silent color film footage by Randall Parker Kirby’s Coors Beer Bash 1978 , silent color film footage by Randall Parker Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is a reel of outtakes from Centron Films productions, which may have been used as stock footage.
Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Carnival of Souls, Lawrence, Kansas, Demolition Kitchen Video
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50S Drive-in Film Butcher Intermission, 1982. In the early 80s I managed a drive-in movie theater in Emporia, KS, it was owned by a theater chain so I had little say over what movies were shown and I'd get stuck running all night marathons of film. I got bored one night and recut a pile of junk film into my own parody of the intermission reel, it was designed to mess with the audience. The film is all 35mm and it's one of the first film cut ups that I created, it's video taped off of a movie...
Topics: Drive-in, Intermission, 35mm film
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Professional shop lifter Dick Deal takes you through the process of spotting a shop lifter in a video created for Woolworth’s department stores during the 1980s. Includes actual shoplifting sequences from in store surveillance cameras featuring shoplifters getting caught in the action. Dub from an original VHS copy.
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Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Woolworths, shoplifting, crime, training, vintage VHS, Dick Deal
Community Audio
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Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on his Maximum Electric Piano tour in 1998 and made a stop in Wichita, Kansas. This recording features a nearly complete performance at Kirbys with a few breaks for tape changes and technical interference. The original recording was mono single track that was remastered into a stereo version by Demolition Kitchen. The show originally aired in 1988 on The Midnight Hour, running time is 90 minutes and the recording is an MP3...
Topics: Roger Miller, Demolition Kitchen Video, Aftermidnight, Mission of Burma, KMUW, Wichita, Kansas,...
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This recording was probably had the lowest budget of any that I ever made... as if there ever was a budget for a Demolition Kitchen recording. I could barely afford the tape that it was recorded on, I probably borrowed the recording tape from KMUW and some of the tracks suffered from the use of cheap tape. Highlights include several great guitar solos from Mick Watts, another track from the Blivets & the opening theme by Kevin Richey. The title Music for the Soviet Mind came from my...
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An 8mm home movie shot in 1964 of a visit to New York City shot by Lorrane Boyd’s father, she is the wife of Kansas printmaker and artist John Boyd who taught at Wichita State University.
Topics: John Boyd, The Embarrassment, Wichita State University, WSU, Printmaker, New York City, 8mm film,...
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Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).
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Cat Livingston, a musician and visual artist who lived in the High Desert near Joshua Tree National Park with her artist husband, Rik Livingston, and two clever cats. This disc was commissioned by Rik in 2016, please share these with your friends and even if you didn’t know Cathy, we hope you enjoy her music. Note: all of the CDs in this series are formatted to work with Apple’s iTunes software. 01. The Crafty Gate - Old Garden Gate 02:37 02. The Crafty Gate - Bold Pedlar & Robin Hood...
Topics: Cathy Livingston, Maurice Sendak's Little Boy, The Sesquipedelians, The Festive Shapes, The Hungery...
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A bootleg CD of the Wichita band The Embarrassment featuring session recordings from the Big Dog Studio sessions along with a few live tracks at the end of the disc. Good audio quality, great tracks. Tracklist: Drive Me to the Park Podmen Train of Thought (full version) Horror of the Fire Albert Burning Love (Dennis Linde) Sex Drive Wellsville (Live, Big Dog Studios) Two Cars (Live, Big Dog Studios) Lifespan (Live, Big Dog Studios)
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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Dub from a 16mm film reel that was once part of The University of Kansas research into developing ejection seats for aircraft. This film is a study of the stress involved with rapid decelaration on human subjects. The film may have originally been a NASA research reel, this film also has no audio track and is silent.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, University of Kansas, Ejection Seats, Research, 16mm film
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This is a rare telephone promo for comedian Steve Martins album "A Wild and Crazy Guy". They gave out a "personal phone number" to Steve Martin that you could call to talk to him, this is the recorded message from that phone number. I recorded this when I was in high school by calling the number and recording the message via a phone tap, this was transferred from an old cassette with a little help from some digital processing to clean it up a bit.
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These are a series of film reels taken by Centron films director Herk Harvey, who was also the director of the cult classic “Carnival of Souls”. Herk traveled the world for Centron’s various film productions, these are the home movie segments that he kept in his personal collection.
Topics: Centron films, Herk Harvey, Carnival of Souls, Lawrence, Kansas, Demolition Kitchen Video
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A preview print of this wonderfully weird black and white film made by Centron Films in the 1950s.
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John E. (John Eberly) produced this radio show for the KMUW late night radio show Sister Midnight in 1987. The show features an overview of John E's sound experiments, poetry, and music from the 1980s. John is a well established mail artist, cartoonist, author, and painter. Warning: This recording features strong language and explicit   content, not for younger listeners.
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Host Gunther Dedmund brings you his Halloween Special from 2011 with the classic Todd Browning film "Freaks" and musical guest KC Stanton.
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Host Gunther Dedmund brings you the science fiction classic, H.G. Wells “Things To Come”.
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This is an original audio recording of R.P. Bird’s interview with William Gibson for a radio show from 1987 originally aired on KMUW public radio’s Aftermidnight show “Sister Midnight” in Wichita, Kansas. “Radio Cyberpunk: The Men Who Reinvented Science Fiction”. This is a direct dub of the original tape that’s been re-edited for technical problems and may contain additional material not included in the radio broadcast.
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John Eberly's 1990 solo cassette release "Lonesome John E.", see the liner graphics for track-list and more info.
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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Old VHS dub of a 16mm film on the practice of creating puppet shows that are staged in the water, a tradition in Vietnam. Features dubbed English narration overdubbed over the original Vietnamese language track.
Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Puppetry, Vietnam, Water puppetry, stage production, craft
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BSOH presents horror host Tom Leahy Jr “The Beast from the Beginning of Time”, including many special features including interviews with Leahy, the original cast, and more.
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A 1974 8mm documentary by Gary Seaman on spiritual practices in Thailand where spirits of ghosts are drawn out into a ritual chair, then the bones of the person whose determined to be offended are dug up, the body restored in clay, and a shaman performs other rituals to appease the spirit. 8mm film transferred to video, possible narrated by the author. Originally from the University of Kansas film library collection.
Topics: Spirits, Rituals, Exorcism, 8mm films, University of Kansas, KU, Ghosts, Demolition Kitchen Video
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1970 Ad Club Award Winning Commercials, produced by KAKE-TV, Walterschied Productions. KAKE-TV local television commercials from the 1970s, Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video. Including: - Dillions, The Dillions Singers - Service Autoglass - Heston Farm Equipment with Rex Allan - Bricks Men’s Clothing - Eastwood Photography, Twin Lakes - Coca-Cola, Nance Speed Equipment, footage of Wichita International Drag-way...
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Kirby’s Halloween, Christy Barnes Memorial Party 1977 , silent color film footage by Randall Parker, Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
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This was the first collection produced by the Demolition Kitchen sound workshop, featuring improvised performances recorded in a storage closet inside my apartment at that time and using our living room for the main studio. The lyrics for most of the tracks were selected from random books from Kris Hermanson's collection of unusual books. DK1 Personnel Thomas Bartos Kris Hermanson Bic Wayne Hap Hazard Joe Greene Ed Oleo Steve Braden Kevin Richey Art Greig Ken Haug John Eberly Ben Urish 
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This is a local Lawrence, Kansas television program from 1980 hosted by Randy Mason and produced by Sunflower Cable. The basis for the show was a series of live recordings from the Lawrence Opera House. This episode features the Lawrence, Kansas bands "Thumbs", "Method", and Roger Bain.
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(CONTENT ADVISORY: This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #5 features illustrations by John Eberly, Mike Tetrault, Blaster Al Ackerman, Wakeen!, Romy, The Pizz, Bob “X”, Xno, Jim Ryan, George Velez Jr. and T.B. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was...
Topics: Cult Comix, comix, comic books, John E., John Eberly, The Mumbles, Wichita, Hutchinson, Kansas,...
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A 16mm film dub of a educational film on How to Make a Puppet.
Topics: 16mm, Puppets, Art, Art Instruction, Educational films
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Wichita movie host Jim Erickson seen here as his host character "Ol' Flick", hosting a showing of the film "Creature from the Black Lagoon" in the 80's.
Topics: Jim Erickson, Wichita, KAKE TV, Television, Horror host, Movie host, Joel Sanderson
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Episode segments from the Wichita, Kansas horror host program “Nightmare” with The Host and Rodney. These are recordings from the 1980s return of the show on Wichita channel KSAS, starring Tom Leahy Jr. as The Host and John Salem as Rodney.
Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Demolition Kitchen Video, Horror host, Horror, Television, Wichita,...
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Episode segments from the Wichita, Kansas horror host program “Nightmare” with The Host and Rodney. These are recordings from the 1980s return of the show on Wichita channel KSAS, starring Tom Leahy Jr. as The Host and John Salem as Rodney.
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( CONTENT ADVISORY: This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #7 features illustrations by John Eberly, Andy Nukes, Sean Hill, Sandy Chism, Billy Haddock, Deb Peterson, George Velez Jr., and Al. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was incredibly prolific. He’s...
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(CONTENT ADVISORY: This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #8 features illustrations by John Eberly, Mike Tetrault, A. Abel, Mike Miskowski, Jim Conatser, Blaster, G. Huth, and Pazcal Uni. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was incredibly prolific. He’s also...
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“Billy the Kid Vs. Dracula” hosting by returning guest host Tex LeBeauf Jr played by author Scott Phillips.
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Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Lawrence, Kansas
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"Art Materials", 16mm grade school instructional film.
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John Eberly's 1990 solo cassette release "Home", see the liner graphic for track list and more info.
Topics: The Mumbles, John Eberly, Demolition Kitchen Video, Wichita, Kansas, Punk, Hardcore
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A Wichita based solo experimental keyboardist, Phantom released several music recordings on cassette in the late 1980s. Produced by Dennis Janzen, former head of the Wichita Star Trek Fan club, he passed away on April 30, 1999.
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( CONTENT ADVISORY : This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #9 features illustrations by John Eberly, C. Dedmon, Yale Dragwyla, Dazar, Dr. Al Ackerman, John M. Bennett, and J.Ryan. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was incredibly prolific. He’s also known...
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( CONTENT ADVISORY: This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #1 features illustrations by John Eberly. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was incredibly prolific. He’s also known as a musician with numerous cassette and CD releases, also a founding member of...
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Timothy Gilbert's 1987 cassette release Love Songs (see liner graphics for more info & track list)
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The Hypomania Western There were two episodes produced in a short space of time with scripts written by Fred Gutknecht, the project didn't go to much further than that and ran out of steam. Episode Three was started, but abandon because it was also the first script that Toby wrote and well... his writing really sucked. The main problem with the episodes was Joel's chaotic mixing, in one part of episode two the show splits into two separate adventures... one in the left channel the other in the...
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Reel #07 is called “Janet Goes Shopping” and is a compilation of 16mm film clips cut together around the title as the theme. Features films about grocery shopping and a collection of vintage television commercials. episode of the classic 50s TV show Space Patrol inter-cut with television bloopers, includes at vintage Popeye cartoon. Originally created for The M.T. Pockets Budget Film Fest which was held at The Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas between 1996 and 2003.
Topics: MT Pockets Budget Film Fest, Joel Sanderson, Parody, Humor, Found Film, Stage show, Wichita,...
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Randall Parker -  1940s Car Chase footage. Silent black and white film footage by Randall Parker Collected 16mm films of Randall Parker, Archivist: Ben Urish, 16mm to digital conversion by Demolition Kitchen Video
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This is a really great set from the band in lively form, playing at The Celebrate Life Party outside of Lawrence, Kansas in 1983. John Nichols (vocal, organ), Bill Goffrier (guitar, vocals), Ron Klaus (bass), Brent Woody Geissmann (drums, vocals). The video quality is good, but as far as music this is one of the bands best live sets.
Topics: The Embarrassment, Wichita, Punk, Pop, Blisterpop, Bill Goffrier, John Nichols, Ron Klaus, Brent...
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Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).
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Centron films created this film to promote their marketing skills to corporations in the 1960s, it features excerpts from films they created for one of their main clients Phillips 66. The excerpts included footage of the comedians Rowan and Martin, shown before their television program “Laugh-In” and Anita Bryant. The film is hosted by Centron’s own Herk Harvey, director of the horror classic “Carnival of Souls” and sounds all of the different person involved at Centron as well as the...
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This is a documentary on the television movie that came out in 1983 "The Day After", which takes place in Lawrence, Kansas. One of the persons interviewed in this documentary asked the Australian crew for a copy, he was a farmer whose barn was blown up for the film. This video is interesting, especially to persons in Lawrence, for it's usual perspective on the film.
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Cat Livingston, a musician and visual artist who lived in the High Desert near Joshua Tree National Park with her artist husband, Rik Livingston, and two clever cats. This CD is a compilation of vintage recordings of Cat's bands, from the past selected and remastered by Demolition Kitchen. Including recordings of the bands Cathy worked with Maurice Sendak's Little Boy, The Sesquipedelians, The Festive Shapes, The Hungry Ghosts and The Crafty Gate. This disc is one of three tribute releases that...
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 "Tom Leahy: The Host" part one. This is the first section of the complete student made documentary film on Tom Leahy who played "The Host" on the Wichita, KS horror host show "The Host and Rodney". The show ran on and off in Wichita from the late 1950's clear through to the 1990's, featuring Tom throughout the entire run. In 1986 a student, Jeff Kilian, decided to make this documentary as his senior film studies project, writing the script and even getting...
Topics: Nightmare, The Host and Rodney, Wichita, television, horror host, horror, Tom Leahy, Tom Leahy Jr
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This is a Moon Gravity Simulation attributed to the University of Kansas, although this isn't verified, only the labeling on the original 16mm film. But, it's a nice weird little film from the 60's showing a strange rigging said to simulation gravity on the moon.
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( CONTENT ADVISORY: This comic may contain material that is not appropriate for some audiences, for mature readers only) Cult Comix is a anthology magazine of illustrated comics produced by artist John Eberly during the 1980s in Wichita, Kansas. Issue #3 features illustrations by John Eberly, Mike Tetrault, Narayana M., Sandy Chisum, Mike Hill, Jeff Gaither, and Jim Ryan. Eberly is well known in the underground mail-art scene of the 1980s and 1990s and was incredibly prolific. He’s also known...
Topics: Cult Comix, comix, comic books, John E., John Eberly, The Mumbles, Wichita, Hutchinson, Kansas,...